The Lansdowne Bowling and Recreation Club has reopened and ready for business.
Tomorrow, Saturday September 18, Lansdowne Fishing Club members will be back with their fundraising monthly raffles of 15 meat trays, 10 seafood trays and five seafood vouchers on offer which will be drawn at 6.30pm.
The raffles will be followed with live music with "One Plus One."
The club bistro will be open from 5pm to 8pm.
Anyone wanting to have a game of bowls, can do so. All the same rules and restrictions will apply.
You are required to check in by scanning the QR code at the front entrance, masks must be worn, and you must adhere to the four square metre social distancing rule.
You must remain seated while inside the club. You are allowed to stand while drinking outdoors, but this does not include the verandah area. You must remain seated while on the verandah.
The courtesy car will also be available.
Fishing club presentation
The Lansdowne Fishing club will hold its presentation on Saturday evening, October 30 at the Lansdowne Bowling and Recreation Club following the Saturday night raffles.
A list for names attending will be available on the board at the club.
The Upper Lansdowne Hall regrets that due to the government restrictions the Swamp Stompers, who were to entertain at the hall on September 26, have had to cancel their tour.
The Upper Lansdowne Hall will hold its annual general meeting on Tuesday evening, September 21 at the hall commencing at 7pm, (unless health orders change) and all are welcome.
The Upper Lansdowne Hall is community owned, and you can join the association for the huge sum of $1 per year. Anyone interested in finding out about the running of the hall, or to help with its organisation is very welcome.
The Lansdowne Community Hall has made the decision to cancel the October markets and the planned 10th hall anniversary function which was to be held in November this year. This decision was made due to the uncertainty with the COVID. Hopefully, we can open with everything more normal in 2022.
Coopernook Rural Fire Brigade's crew have been out and about responding to incidents and assisting forestry's with their hazard reduction in Coopernook Forest.
Coopernook fire brigade captain, Sherrie Gaul thinks because there have been quite a few incidents already that it is now a suitable time to go over your fire plans.
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